Chinese Title: 浙江省土地登记办法2002
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- Legal Materials
- Zhejiang Government
Chinese Title: 浙江省土地登记办法2002
Chinese Title: 云南省土地登记代理办法2011
Chinese Title: 海南省土地征收补偿安置管理办法2007
Chinese Title: 安徽省实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2005
Chinese Title: 重庆市实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2007
Chinese Title: 贵州省实施《中华人民共和国土地管理法》办法1988
Chinese Title: 海南省实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2006
Chinese Title: 内蒙古自治区实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2009
Chinese Title: 江苏省农村土地承包经营保护条例2005
Chinese Title: 江西省实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2007
Chinese Title: 吉林省农村土地承包经营管理条例2005
Chinese Title: 辽宁省实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2005
Chinese Title: 青海省农村土地承包条例2000
Chinese Title: 山东省土地征收管理办法2011
Chinese Title: 新疆维吾尔自治区实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2005
Chinese Title: 云南省实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2006
Chinese Title: 浙江省实施《中华人民共和国农村土地承包法》办法2007
Full citation: Whiting, S., "What's Law Got to Do With It? Competition among Legal, Political, and Social Norms in the Generation and Resolution of Rural Land Disputes," 25 EAI FELLOW PROGRAM WORKING PAPER (2010).
Chinese Title: 基本农田保护条例1999
Chinese Title: 土地登记公开查询暂行办法（试点试行）2000
Chinese Title: 林业经济体制改革总体纲要1995
Full citation: L. Bianco (1975) Peasants and revolution: The case of China, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 2:3, 313-335.
Full citation: Alvin Y. So (2007) Peasant conflict and the local predatory state in the Chinese countryside, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 34:3-4, 560-581.
Full citation: Associate Professor Kathy Le Mons Walker (2006) ‘Gangster capitalism’ and peasant protest in China: The last twenty years, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 33:1, 1-33.
Full citation: Emily T. Yeh, Kevin J. O'Brien & Jingzhong Ye (2013) Rural
politics in contemporary China, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 40:6, 915-928.
Full Citation: Liaw, R. H., "Women's Land Rights in Rural China: Transforming Existing Laws into a Source of Property Rights," 17(1) PACIFIC RIM LAW & POLICY JOURNAL 237 (2008). - In the aftermath of legal reforms designed to secure land tenure for farmers, women in rural China lost rights to land at marriage, divorce, and widowhood. Despite a central legal framework that facially protects women’s property interests, ambiguity in the property and marriage laws have allowed village leaders to reassert traditional social norms and deny constitutional equal rights guarantees for women. Recent attempts to ameliorate landlessness for women, specifically in the Rural Contract Law and the Property Law, offer little promise of providing a significant solution for rural women. New proposals to mitigate rural women’s loss of land rights must be framed in the cultural context of how social relations affect land rights. Legal reforms in rural China should focus on strengthening women’s property rights within marriage, as well as securing external rights to property. Women’s land tenure would be better protected under a more clearly defined community property regime that recognizes rural land contracts issued both prior to and during marriage as jointly possessed. Such measures would give women access to a legal platform at divorce or widowhood, when they are most likely to experience landlessness. [Threats to Women’s Land Tenure Security and Effectiveness of Interventions - Annotated Bibliography]
Synthesizes findings and best practices from six case studies that assess approaches for community land and ensure both women and men benefit from the improved land tenure security.
One of six case studies informing the synthesis report "Gender and Collectively Held Land: Good Practices and Lessons Learned from Six Global Case Studies."
This is an English translation from the Chinese National People's Congress website.